I have been sitting back and watching without comment over the last few days. Just watching how many are reacting to recent events. The events I’m referring to are regarding implosions within the Alt-Right. I won’t comment on my thoughts on this subject, but it has made me see certain truths, as well as, the character of many individuals. Identity Dixie has been through some very turbulent and trying days over the last year. I have seen things that I thought would surely sink the movement. And yet, these events have not slowed Identity Dixie. Now stop and think about that.
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My lungs were burning nearly as bad as my quads as I climbed up the forty-five degree slope, the weight of my tree stand and the climbing steps punishing me the whole way. I could hear deer off in the dark abyss beyond my headlamp, spooking and tearing off through the woods as I made my climb – “so much for stealth,” I thought to myself. Only one hundred yards to go and the trail would top out on a flat spot where it connected to an old logging road, there I’d take a break, catch my breath and let things die down before my final one hundred yard sneak into the low saddle where deer cross the ridge line, there I’d chose as my morning ambush.
Always be improving your fighting position is an axiom that is commonplace amongst the combat arms and special operations communities. In the current stage of our struggle, improving your fighting position means improving your personal life. This means strengthen your body, mind, and advance your personal prosperity. It means having and taking care of a family. This specifically means being the Paterfamilias you were born to be.